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Borneo By Thomas Harrop
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This book is a journal and photographs from a trip to Malaysian Borneo. The covers and page backgrounds were scanned from my grandfather's missionary journal in 1902.
Borneo By Thomas Harrop
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This book is a journal and photographs from a trip to Malaysian Borneo. The covers and page backgrounds were scanned from my grandfather's missionary journal in 1902.
Traveling Borneo By Maricel Clint
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Being the third largest island in the world, Borneo is a home for many creatures and wonders in the world. Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours in Jakarta features this magnificent island with a lot... More > more secrets than what have been discovered. The island is divided among three countries: Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia. With 1,151 km. distance from Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, 389 km. from Brunei and 1,412 km from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Borneo is a combination of all three cultures and any other cultures that occupants have left behind. Adventure doesn't get more exciting than Borneo. With luscious rain forests, endangered wildlife and diverse culture - this destination is perfect for adventure and nature lovers with its abundant supply of rain forest.< Less
Borneo EATS By Kat Caspillo
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BORNEO EATS is written in delight to cuisine and ingredient experiences in Borneo, Malaysia, Manila, Philippines and Alberta, Canada. The author is excited and happy to present a thoroughly thought... More > out collection of 15 recipes and wishes all the best in your kitchen as you continue to nourish your lifestyle, and those of your loved ones.< Less
To Be... in Borneo By Pat Ryan
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The civilized version of Pat Ryan lives and works in Upstate New York for most of the year. In December of 2009, however, he sets out on a journey to the jungles of Borneo because he hopes to... More > discover the uncivilized animal that lies within him. This book is the story of that journey.< Less
The Borneo Desert By Joseph Tomasevic
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The Borneo Desert by Armin Boko
Borneo Pulp By John Francis Kinsella
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In the last decades of the twentieth century the destruction of the Indonesian rainforest accelerated. This is the story of a vast project to build a pulp mill in the pristine heart of Borneo. John... More > Ennis arrives in Jakarta, on behalf of the consortium formed to promote the project, where he discovers an unexpectedly new world. Assigned to head the development by Antoine Brodzski the promoter and a Scandinavian multinational, he is plunged into a conflict of financial and political interests in Suharto’s Indonesia, where dollars are more important than the obliteration of huge swaths of Borneo’s primary forests, its unique wildlife and the destruction to be wreaked on the habitat of the indigenous peoples.< Less
Born In Borneo By Inge Koch
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Born In Borneo is the memoir of Inge Koch, who was born in 1921 to German parents who owned rubber plantations in the Dutch East Indies. The book chronicles her years growing up in an exotic area,... More > and her friendships and contacts with people of many different nationalities and stations in life. Inge Koch was interned with other German citizens in a Dutch camp when Germany invaded Holland in 1940. She then was transferred to Shanghai, China, where she remained until the end of the war. After living several years in Australia, she married the American soldier she had met in China. She emigrated to the United States in 1949. This book descibes the adventures and trials she experienced during her first 28 years< Less
Born In Borneo By Inge Koch
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Born In Borneo is the memoir of Inge Koch, who was born in 1921 to German parents who owned rubber plantations in the Dutch East Indies. The book chronicles her years growing up in an exotic area,... More > and her friendships and contacts with people of many different nationalities and stations in life. Inge Koch was interned with other German citizens in a Dutch camp when Germany invaded Holland in 1940. She then was transferred to Shanghai, China, where she remained until the end of the war. After living several years in Australia, she married the American soldier she had met in China. She emigrated to the United States in 1949. This book descibes the adventures and trials she experienced during her first 28 years.< Less
Children of Borneo By Edwin Herbert Gomes
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